Jeff Kramer was installed as president of the Effingham County chapter of the Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah. Kramer is the vice president of construction for Ernest Homes.
“It is truly an honor to be chosen to represent an organization and an industry that is so vital to the future growth and development of Effingham County,” Kramer said.
Other officers and board members installed were: vice president: Charlie Kea; immediate past president: Travis Sowers; associate vice president: Joe Inman; builder directors: Shawn Elmore, David Futch, Murray Marshall, Mike Parish and Jim Walker; associate directors: Rob Bowden, Brooke Dominy, Dianne Dunford, Brenda Harden and Jeri Patrick.
The Home Builders Association is non-profit trade organization that promotes home ownership and represents the concerns of the building industry in Chatham, Bryan, Effingham and Liberty counties. The Association is dedicated to promoting responsible growth in the building industry through professionalism, community involvement, governmental affairs, and member education.